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Forum Post: what if there were a secret revision of local court rules preventing development of effective mental health care?

Posted 5 years ago on Dec. 15, 2012, 10:26 p.m. EST by rayolite (461)
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There was, in 2005. The ACLU doesn't care, elite.

The revision was an "abrogation" by the judicial council and removed the "Assignments of Magistrates and Judge" section from the local court rules.

What if the local court rules, written by the supreme court were written to facilitate removal of access to courts in civil rights cases?

Pro se civil rights plaintiffs are cycled through the same judge, EVEN if the number of co-plaintiffs increases showing a serious problem. The old rules gave a new magistrate and judge to the plaintiffs.

This developed in post civil war, rights reconstruction because African Americans could not get their rights from some judges.

We lost it in the 9th circuit in 2005.

The case had no defenses and asked the US district court to compel a municipality to follow a state law mandating that the local state funded mental health department "work with the public to develop investigational or experimental treatments if there is a chance of loss of life with out it."

It works with the 86% of the human brain we know little about, the unconscious. Hmmm, what is unconscious is better than secret. Got problem w/secrecy?



Read the Rules
[-] 1 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

Looks like the supreme crt. is busted denying justice directed at providing a new form, which may be very effective, of mental health care.


Looks like they wrote rules to be intentionally, secretly revised, in order to deprive pro se civil rights plaintiffs of access to courts.

Research shows that this can only happen with complicity of the 9th circuit and that the judicial counsel, which is allowed to "abrogate" or end a law, removed the "assignments of magistrates and judges" section from the rules, which were specifically designed to accomodate such revision without disturbing the main body of rules.

The Administrative Offices for the US District courts strictly forbids ANY change that may significantly effect civil rights without public notice and opportunity for public comment that is utilized in the change.

And, of course it goes without saying that all revisions are noted in the rules. This revision is not.

WONDER, why the ACLU does not care. Yes, wonder.

[-] 0 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

Click here, all science and medicine perhaps wrong.


They do not account for what is unconscious.

[-] 0 points by Theeighthpieceuv8 (-32) from Seven Sisters, Wales 5 years ago

The only significant secret is that mental health professionals are little more than drug pushers.

[-] 1 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

Do you know what you don't know? Not that what you post is not true, it is.

"what is unconscious is better than secret"

Can you tell me exactly what you were doing with your mind while you were sleeping last night?

Okay, you can't. And attempting to say, "nothing" because you don't know won't work.

Accordingly, I've just proven that not only is there a potential for secrecy, I've proven that whatever was happening in your mind last night while you slept CAN BE SECRET FROM YOU.

[-] 2 points by Theeighthpieceuv8 (-32) from Seven Sisters, Wales 5 years ago

Yes, you have a point. And I think I'd like to consider that for awhile.

[-] 2 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

I'd like everyone to consider these facts. Here is another way to look at it that graphically demonstrates the possibilities.


The relationships shown there accurately depict the proportional relationships between every human beings unconscious mind and their conscious waking state.

Is it conceivable that science, medicine and psychology can reasonably operate without this fact being dominant?

[-] 1 points by Theeighthpieceuv8 (-32) from Seven Sisters, Wales 5 years ago

Well, that's interesting, too.

[-] 1 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

The implications extend to everything we do with our minds. Not one aspect of our western world applies simple logic to this issue dominating human behavior.

I've been digging at this site for a time to learn some of these things and found this, from before 9-11 relating to hypnosis and someone trying to nail down the APA on it. Totally unaccountable.


Hypnosis is humanities tool for working with the unconscious mind and the national authority of psychology cannot reasonably discuss it.

The implications for memory with dissociation almost turn our existence into science fiction.

[-] 2 points by rayolite (461) 5 years ago

Thank God for reasonable people:-)